2020 Bisley GBFCA November shoot

£95.00

F CLASS BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS

SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER – SUNDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2020

Dear Ladies & Gentlemen,

There are some changes being made this year,  due to the Covid Situation and the NRA being tasked with

Assisting in running this match,  Please be understanding as we are doing all we can to run as normal a match as possible

ALL SHOOTING WILL BE IN PAIRS WITH 3 DETAILS PER DISTANCE – PLEASE BE PROMPT ON REMOVING YOUR KIT FROM THE FIRING LINE, to allow the next detail to start on time.

Saturday 31 OCTOBER 2020

Shooting will start at Approx. 0830 hrs, with detail 1 at 900 yds.

THERE WILL BE 1 MIN BLOW OFF PRIOR TO EACH DETAIL AT 900 YDS ON COMPETITION 1

0830 – 1020                     900 yds. 2 & 15

1030 – 1230                      900 yds. 2 & 15

1000 yds Sat afternoon

1330 – 1530                       1000 yds. 2 & 20

Sunday 1  November 2020

THERE WILL BE 1 MIN BLOW OFF PRIOR TO EACH DETAIL AT 1000 YDS ON COMPETITION 4 ONLY

0830 – 1020                     1000 yds. 2 & 15

1030 – 1230                      1000 yds. 2 & 20

Scoring will be V = 5.1

Plotting sheets are avail on GB F Class Website

Approx round count without blow offs is 95 rounds

Prize giving

This will be on the ranges and as socially distanced as possible😊

Any questions and queries please give me a ring on 01205 368639 or 0774 7771962

Look forward to seeing you all soon

Cheers

Mik Maksimovic

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F CLASS BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS

SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER – SUNDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2020

Dear Ladies & Gentlemen,

There are some changes being made this year,  due to the Covid Situation and the NRA being tasked with

Assisting in running this match,  Please be understanding as we are doing all we can to run as normal a match as possible

ALL SHOOTING WILL BE IN PAIRS WITH 3 DETAILS PER DISTANCE – PLEASE BE PROMPT ON REMOVING YOUR KIT FROM THE FIRING LINE, to allow the next detail to start on time.

Saturday 31 OCTOBER 2020

Shooting will start at Approx. 0830 hrs, with detail 1 at 900 yds.

THERE WILL BE 1 MIN BLOW OFF PRIOR TO EACH DETAIL AT 900 YDS ON COMPETITION 1

0830 – 1020                     900 yds. 2 & 15

1030 – 1230                      900 yds. 2 & 15

1000 yds Sat afternoon

1330 – 1530                       1000 yds. 2 & 20

Sunday 1  November 2020

THERE WILL BE 1 MIN BLOW OFF PRIOR TO EACH DETAIL AT 1000 YDS ON COMPETITION 4 ONLY

0830 – 1020                     1000 yds. 2 & 15

1030 – 1230                      1000 yds. 2 & 20

Scoring will be V = 5.1

Plotting sheets are avail on GB F Class Website

Approx round count without blow offs is 95 rounds

Prize giving

This will be on the ranges and as socially distanced as possible😊

Any questions and queries please give me a ring on 01205 368639 or 0774 7771962

Look forward to seeing you all soon

Cheers

Mik Maksimovic

GBFCA COVID PROCEDURES – BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS – NOV 2020

COVID-Secure Procedures

        

All competitors, officials and spectators must undertake a self-assessment for any Covid-19 symptoms before travelling to the National Shooting Centre (NSC). No one should leave home to participate in the Meeting if they, or someone they live with, has symptoms of Covid-19, currently recognised as any of the following:

  • A high temperature
  • A new, continuous cough
  • A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste

If you are feeling unwell or have Covid-19 symptoms, please do not visit the National Shooting Centre (NSC), no matter how mild the symptoms. The NSC has put in place COVID-secure procedures throughout the camp. Please adhere to the various notices and instructions. We respectfully ask that you maintain social distancing at all times, and practice regular hand hygiene throughout your time on site

If you start experiencing symptoms during the Meeting you must:

Any changes to Covid-Secure Procedures will be publicised via Notice Boards, CRO announcements and email to competitors

General:

  • Please adhere to new signage on site with particular regards to social distancing and hand hygiene
  • Hand sanitising stations will be positioned in public areas and on the range
  • Social distancing will be in place throughout the site
  • Should a competitor become ill during the Meeting, they must immediately self-isolate and inform the NRA via phone or email. The NRA will assess the circumstances and publicise any revisions to Procedures

 Entering a Competition:

 Entry will be ONLY via the GBFCA website at a time to be announced

 Collecting Entry Packs:

On Range:    These will be avail from 0745 hrs on the Ranges on Sat 31 Oct 2020

  • Hand sanitising stations will be available on all ranges
  • Competitors must adhere to social distancing at all times. Line markings behind the firing point will indicate ‘Current Detail’ and ‘Waiting Detail’ in order to segregate competitors. Details are not to congregate
  • Competitors should be present in the ‘Waiting Detail’ area behind their allotted firing point no later than 15 minutes before the start time of the detail. They may only more forward once the ‘Current Detail’ are clear
  • Competitors will be squadded 2 per target, and will decide between them who is to take the left and right position. Where possible, left-handers should take up the right side position on the firing point
  • Where a competitor is squadded on their own, the RO will nominate an individual to complete the counter scorecard (see below)
  • Markings on each firing point will indicate the head position of the prone shooter in order to ensure social distancing
  • New scorecards have been designed to ensure that competitors do not need to swap cards for the purpose of confirming scores. Competitors will record both their own score and that of the other shooter on the same card. The competitor will sign to confirm both scores, and stats will verify that the two cards match
  • Each competitor must deposit the completed scorecard into the collection box, located on each Butt, when leaving the point
  • If a competitor requires the attention of a Range Officer they must raise their hand and wait – NO CALLING OR SHOUTING IS PERMITTED, unless in an emergency
  • Competitors are not allowed to share firearms or any range equipment, other than with those in their household

 Firing Point Safety:

THIS IS A CHANGE TO THE UNLOAD DRILL AND IS MANDATORY BOTH FOR RANGE SAFETY AND AS A COVID-SECURE PROCEDURE

  • Competitors will be responsible for clearing their own firearm before leaving the firing point. Competitors must witness each other to confirm the following procedure has been conducted correctly:
    • On completion of the match or distance each competitor, in turn, will unload their firearm and perform a three point visual check to confirm no rounds are present:
      • On the face of the bolt
      • In the chamber
      • In the action
  • Once verified, the competitor must remove the bolt and confirm a clear view through the chamber and barrel. The competitor must then declare in an audible voice to the other competitor, “Clear”
  • The rifle must only be removed from the firing point with the bolt removed and / or breech flag inserted

 Range Officers (ROs):

  • ROs will be supplied with PPE kits should they need to approach a competitor in close proximity, which will consist of nitrile-based gloves and face mask
  • ROs will collect their radios in zip lock bags in accordance with separate Range Office procedures. They are not to be removed from the bag. Sanitiser and alcohol wipes will be used between any changes
  • Only the CRO will have control of a range tannoy system

Stats:

  • GBFCA will do our stats on the range, please expect some delays etc

 Prize Giving:

The Prize giving will be on the Ranges as soon as possible after the Last match has concluded

There will be no Buffet and get together after this British championships

Ablutions & Toilet facilities:

  • All site ablutions and toilet facilities will have enhanced cleaning regimes in line with Government guidelines

Food & Beverages:

  • On-site food and beverage outlets will open in line with Government advice. Please check the NRA news page for scheduled re-opening dates

Accommodation:

  • NSC accommodation will be opened in line with Government advice. To enquire about availability please contact accommodation@nra.org.uk or call 01483 797777

Clubhouses:

  • We recognise that socialising is a vital part of the Meeting; however, Government guidance must be followed at all times

We are all responsible for Covid-19 safety.  Please maintain social distancing at all times and practice regular hand hygiene throughout your time on sit